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PM63 .W5 1890 [Info] English-Eskimo and Eskimo-English Vocabularies, Preceded By Ethnographical Memoranda Concerning the Arctic Eskimos in Alaska and Siberia (Washington : G.P.O., 1890), by Roger Wells and John W. Kelly (multiple formats at
PM75.Z73 B6 [Info] Koryak Texts, by Waldemar Bogoras (HTML with commentary at
PM101 .A5 [Info] Maidu Texts, by Roland Burrage Dixon (HTML at
PM101 .I5 [Info] International Journal of American Linguistics (partial serial archives)
PM107 .P7 1877 [Info] Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages With Words, Phrases, and Sentences to be Collected (Washington: G.P.O., 1877), by John Wesley Powell (multiple formats at
PM155 .B75 [Info] Aboriginal American Authors and Their Productions, Especially Those in the Native Languages: A Chapter in the History of Literature, by Daniel G. Brinton (Gutenberg text)
PM167 .S58 [Info] Songs of the Tewa (New York: Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, c1933), ed. by Herbert Joseph Spinden (HTML with commentary at
PM197 .E3 P38 1918 [Info] The Path on the Rainbow: An Anthology of Songs and Chants from the Indians of North America (New York: Boni and Liveright, c1918), ed. by George W. Cronyn, contrib. by Mary Austin (HTML with commentary at
PM211 .P5 [Info] An Essay on a Uniform Orthography for the Indian Languages of North America, As Published in the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1820), by John Pickering (multiple formats at
PM213 .T7 [Info] On Numerals in Indian Languages and the Indian Mode of Counting, by J. Hammond Trumbull (multiple formats at
PM283 .D56 [Info] Dictionary of Indian Tongues: Containing Most of the Words and Terms Used in the Tshimpsean, Hydah, & Chinook: With Their Meaning or Equivalent in the English Language (Victoria, BC: Hibben and Carswell, 1862) (multiple formats at
PM283 .T64 1884 [Info] Comparative Vocabularies of the Indian Tribes of British Columbia: With a Map Illustrating Distribution (Montreal: Dawson, 1884), by William Fraser Tolmie and George Mercer Dawson (multiple formats at
PM551 .L374n [Info] New Familiar Abenakis and English Dialogues: The First Ever Published on the Grammatical System (1884), by Joseph Laurent (multiple formats at
PM605 .T8 [Info] On Algonkin Names for Man, by J. Hammond Trumbull (multiple formats at
PM609 .T8 [Info] Notes on Forty Algonkin Versions of the Lord's Prayer (1873), by J. Hammond Trumbull (multiple formats at
PM821 .J36 2009 [Info] Chimariko Grammar: Areal and Typological Perspective (Berkeley: University of California Press, c2009), by Carmen Jany (Javascript-dependent page images at UC Press)
PM831 .B7 [Info] Tsimshian Texts (1902), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM831 .B72 [Info] Tsimshian Texts (New Series) (1912), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM831 .Z73 [Info] Haida Songs, by John Reed Swanton (HTML at
PM844 .B63 [Info] Chinook Texts (English translations only), ed. by Franz Boas (HTML at
PM846 .H35 [Info] An International Idiom: A Manual of the Oregon Trade Language, or "Chinook Jargon" (London: Whittaker, 1890), by Horatio Hale (multiple formats at
PM847 .H65 2004 [Info] Chinook Jargon: The Hidden Language of the Pacific Northwest (2004), by Jim Holton (PDF files at
PM848 .D5 [Info] Chinook Dictionary, Catechism, Prayers and Hymns (1871), by Modeste Demers and Francis Norbert Blanchet (multiple formats at
PM848 .L4 1892 [Info] Chinook Vocabulary, Chinook-English: From the Original of Rt. Rev. Bishop Durieu, O.M.I., With the Chinook Words in Phonography (1892), by J. M. R. Le Jeune and Paul Durieu (multiple formats at
PM848 .L5 [Info] Practical Chinook Vocabulary: Comprising All & the Only Usual Words of That Wonderful Language Arranged in a Most Advantageous Order for the Speedily Learning of the Same, After the Plan of Right Rev. Bishop Durieu O.M.I., the Most Experienced Missionary & Chinook Speaker in British Columbia (Kamloops, BC: St. Louis' Mission, 1886), by J. M. R. Le Jeune (multiple formats at

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